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Plumbing repairs  are a big topic around Thanksgiving, and our plumbers can help prevent costly plumbing repairs.  The day after Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days for plumbing repairs of the year. This has to do with the extra use of plumbing including more use of the kitchen sink, dishwasher, and garbage disposal in

Modern plumbing distinguishes today’s homes from their 18th century counterparts. Current plumbing systems such as hot tubs, water heaters, septic tanks and sewer systems are quite complicated. Every year, approximately 800 billion gallons of water and $14 billion dollars is saved in the United States thanks to improved plumbing products and services, according to Plumbing Manufacturers International. It

October 16, 2021

If you are looking for strong types to use for your home plumbing system, then you need to make sure you go with the right material. Traditionally, copper has been seen as the top choice for home plumbing systems. On the other hand, during the past few years, copper has been much to the side

If you live outside of a metropolitan area in Florida, you likely use a septic system to process your household’s waste water. The average American household uses around 80-100 gallons of water every day, for drinking, cooking, laundry, bathing and flushing the toilet. While your septic system is relatively low maintenance, there are a few